The study of mathematics is mandatory from Kindergarten to Year 10.
By studying mathematics, students learn to work mathematically – developing fluency, understanding, problem-solving, reasoning and communication skills.
The syllabus consists of the following strands:
- number and algebra
- measurement and geometry
- statistics and probability.
In Year 11 and 12, the study of mathematics is optional. Courses offered include:
- Mathematics Extension 2 (Year 12 only)
- Mathematics Extension 1
- Mathematics Advanced
- Mathematics Standard 2
- Mathematics Standard 1 (Optional HSC examination)
- Mathematics Life Skills.
Nepean Creative and Performing Arts - Scope and Sequence
For Kindergarten to Year 10, courses of study and educational programs are based on the outcomes of syllabuses. The content describes in more detail how the outcomes are to be interpreted and used, and the intended learning appropriate for the stage. In considering the intended learning teachers will make decisions about the sequence, the emphasis to be given to particular areas of content, and any adjustments required based on the needs, interests and abilities of their students.
The knowledge, skills and understanding described in the outcomes and content provide a sound basis for students to successfully move to the next stage of learning.
The diagram below shows the scope of the strands and substrands, and illustrates the central role of Working Mathematically in Mathematics K-10 teaching and learning.
Please click to view the Scope, Sequence and Outcome information for Year 7.
Please click to view the Scope, Sequence and Outcome information for Year 8.
Please click below to view the Scope, Sequence and Outcome information for 2018 Year 9 Maths classes:
Please click on the link below to view the Scope, Sequence and Outcome information for 2018 Year 10 classes:
Please click on the link below to view the Scope, Sequence and Outcome information for 2018 Year 11 classes: